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Pastor, Author And Social Media Celeb Aims To Change Futures––Especially For Women With Difficult Pasts

It's always a good time to celebrate the many successes and accomplishments of women who have made an impact on the world. But let us not forget the many women who look inward, wondering what history or legacy they might ...

Your Book Is Worthy of Recognition

Have you written a book, had it published, and want to bring more attention to it? We have an avenue that might be of interest to you: The International Latino Book Awards are the largest Latino book and cultural awards ...

"The Last Negroes at Harvard" by Kent Garrett with Jeanne Ellsworth

Remember, remember....? Skipping school, good teachers, hard lessons, practical jokes, smelly lockers, remember? If you don't, your oldest friends probably do. As in the new book "The Last Negroes at Harvard" by Kent Garrett with Jeanne Ellsworth, they were there ...

Book tells a story of trials and redemption showing God’s miraculous work and deliverance

Cindy Williams wants to encourage others that God is more than able to take their present situation and circumstances and let it just become part of their yesterday. She shares with readers several paths of her life that made composite ...

"Bread for Words: A Frederick Douglass Story" by Shana Keller, illustrated by Kayla Stark

It's that time of day and your stomach's growling. That's what happens when you're hungry and you need to eat: your body reminds you that a growing kid like you needs good food. Feeding your belly makes you stronger, and ...

Texas author and attorney Clayton Rawlings releases book entitled ‘Bitcoin For Beginners’

Texas author Clayton Rawlings announces the release of his book “Bitcoin For Beginners,” a book explaining the origin and evolution of digital currency. This is the fourth book the personal injury attorney releases and other titles include “Pardon the Disruption”, ...

School Violence Would Decrease And Students Excel Once They Learn How To Identify And Manage Their Feelings

Learning emotional intelligence is the key to stopping school violence and a far better alternative than arming teachers. Dr. Adam Sáenz and his team are applying the same skillset used on athletes and business leaders to empower parents, students and ...

"A World Without Work: Technology, Automation, and How We Should Respond" by Daniel Susskind

Click. And with that quiet little sound, an email's sent, a door's unlocked, an alarm is engaged, a recipe's downloaded, a machine is launched. Whether you listen for it or you’re so used to it that you don’t hear it ...

"Blair Underwood Presents Olympic Pride, American Prejudice" by Deborah Riley Draper and Travis Thrasher

You've always held such promise. People could see it in you, starting when you were small: you were going to go places, do good, make a mark on the world. They were proud to know you, happy to watch you ...

New book illustrates healing energy by showing the energy fields

Intuitive healers can use illustrations found in the new book “On A Clear Day: An Artist’s Perspective on Energy Healing” (published by Balboa Press) by iregina, that the author says came to her from angelic visions to help their clients ...

Roger Nimmo prompts Christians to answer the question, ‘What Is the Condition of Your Heart According To The Scriptures?’

Most Christians lack an understanding of how the condition of the spiritual heart affects every area of their lives and their relationship with God. This belief encouraged Roger Nimmo to write his first book, “What Is the Condition of Your ...

New book offers inspiring and insightful guidelines on how to change your life’s course and rediscover your purpose

Dr. Ben Quartsin takes readers on a journey of self-discovery in his debut publication titled “Arise” (published by WestBow Press).

“Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America” by Marcia Chatelain

Your hand is in the bag again. Those French fries you bought aren’t going to make it home, that’s for sure. You should’ve bought a double order; your burger won’t taste the same without them alongside. Sometimes, a craving hits ...

No More Dodging Bullets: How The Worst Things In Life Can Lead To A New Perspective And Gratitude

Amy Herrig is the epitome of ‘beating the odds.’ Today, her life is great; she’s happily married, enjoys football, reading, and cooking gourmet meals for her family. But it wasn’t always this way. Since her teens, Amy has battled addictions, ...

Realistic Tale Of TV Newsroom Corruption Thrills, Entertains

When greed and corruption invade the airways, the truth isn't the only thing that suffers. Yellow, by Jeanne Charters, is a suspense-filled, cautionary tale that underscores the importance — and the misunderstood vulnerabilities — of a free press.

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